Saturday, December 5th, 2020

HomeCraft opens downtown with ribbon cutting

Posted: Friday, August 28, 2020

HomeCraft – The Art of Home is now officially open for business. The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting August 22 to officially welcome the public to the new store downtown. The store is located at 400 N. Jefferson Street, downtown.

Sara Wilcox and Ronda Smelser, co-owners of HomeCraft, said the store features quality home goods and gifts that are beautiful, functional and responsible. They offer a large variety of products with an emphasis on goods made in the USA, Fair Trade items and items produced regionally. Gifts for all occasions and tastes may be found in this beautiful, newly renovated storefront.

Numerous items spotlight ethically sourced materials and also available are sustainable alternatives to disposable home products. Barware, bakeware, cookware, fine table linens, hand-thrown pottery, serveware, luxury bed and bath linens and home décor are just a few of the offerings at HomeCraft. Cards and signature gift wrapping are available.

The new establishment is located in the historic Moore-Corlew building, formerly the home of Harman Optometry. HomeCraft will be open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mondays are by appointment only, and reserved for those who are immune compromised or not comfortable shopping in a group. Call (260) 200-1210 for more information.

Shown in the photo are Ronda Smelser and Sara Wilcox, co-owners, cutting the ribbon at the opening of HomeCraft-The Art of Home. Pictured from left, are Mayor Richard Strick, Paul Smelser, City Councilman Charles Chapman, Matt Wilcox and City Councilman Joe Blomeke.